Kasey Kahne survived a crash-marred Brickyard 400 on Sunday for his first NASCAR Cup victory in three years.
It’s not yet known whether legislation in the Senate will seek to replace President Barack Obama’s health care law or simply repeal it.
Jose Iglesias had three hits, including a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the seventh that led the Detroit Tigers over Minnesota.
The life of a West Michigan native and former MSU football player who died last year was celebrated Sunday with a beer brewed in his honor.
Snooty, the longest living manatee in captivity, died a day after a party to celebrate his 69th birthday, the South Florida Museum says.
“Dunkirk” and “Girls Trip” smashed expectations and enticed diverse audiences to the theaters.
The 2017 Grand Rapids Balloon Festival filled the skies of West Michigan with color, shapes and sounds from July 20 to July 22.
Deputies say two people from West Michigan were killed in a crash in northern Michigan late Saturday afternoon.
Lawmakers are scheduled to consider the sanctions package as early as Tuesday.
Activists in cities such as Dallas, New York, San Francisco and Boston are taking a do-it-yourself approach to improving the roads.
Do you hear that roar? Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek is officially welcoming lions in a new exhibit.
A limousine bus was destroyed in a fire after stalling in Geneva Township Sunday morning.
The world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat is returning to Boston’s waters.
Nine people died after being crammed into the back of a sweltering semi parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer San Antonio heat.
Kalamazoo police are looking for two men accused of critically injuring a pedestrian in a hit-and-run crash.
Christopher Lockhart appeared in court Monday where he entered a not guilty plea to violating his bond a second time.
Kyle Gibson took a shutout into the eighth inning in his longest start of the season.
In its first season in existence, the Grand Rapids Football Club women’s team has a national championship to its name.
The Grand Rapids Home for Veterans began construction in 1885 as the centerpiece of the North End neighborhood that was sprouting around it.
A German girl who ran away from home after converting to Islam has been found.